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Interactive, Educational Trailer Educates Illinoisans About Warning Signs of Addiction

RALI Illinois has partnered with Code 3 to bring the RALI CARES educational trailer to several stops throughout the state this month. The effort helps educate community members, especially parents, about the warning signs of opioid misuse among teenagers and young adults.

The trailer is set up like a typical teenager's bedroom, which parents and community members can visit to see where possible warning signs of substance misuse may be hidden. It’s a useful tool that can help ensure loved ones get help if they are struggling with addiction.

The free tours are given by law enforcement experts who are also available to discuss resources if participants are concerned about their children after visiting the trailer.

​The RALI CARES trailer is currently scheduled to stop at the following locations in Illinois (additional stops will be added as they are confirmed):

Monday, September 30

4:00pm – 6:00pm

Co-hosted with Sen. Napoleon Harris and Rep. Thaddeus Jones

Monee Village Hall

5130 W Court St


Friday, October 4

1:30pm – 4:00pm

Co-hosted with Sen. Kimberly Lightford

High Point Plaza

4415 W. Harrison St.


Saturday, October 5

1:00pm – 3:00pm

Co-hosted with Rep. Emanuel Chris Welch

The Way Back Inn

104 Oak Street


Sunday, October 6

9:30am – 11:30am

Co-hosted with Rep. Deb Conroy

Willowbrook High School

1250 S. Ardmore Ave

Villa Park

Monday, October 7

6:00pm – 7:30pm

Co-hosted with Rep. Rita Mayfield

Waukegan High School

1011 Washington Street


Tuesday, October 8

10:00am –1:00pm

Co-hosted with Sen. Elgie Sims and Rep. Nicholas Smith

Senior Health & Resource Fair

Tuley Park

501 East 90th Place


Wednesday, October 9

Co-hosted with Rep. Tom Demmer

4:30pm – 6:30pm Sandwich High School 513 Lyons Road Sandwich

Thursday, October 10

Co-hosted with Sen. Andy Manar

10:00am – Noon

Christian County Senior Citizens

701 West Adams St


Saturday, October 12

10:00am – Noon

Co-hosted with Rep. Natan Reitz and the Southern Illinois Substance Abuse Alliance

Sparta Housing Authority

307 N. Gardner


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